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Someone That Turns (Flash Fiction)

“I’m not Mandy! I’m Angela. You’ve got the wrong sister!” “Sure, mam. Your evil twin killed all those people.” The detective laughed. “Check the DNA or something. It’ll prove I’m innocent,” she cried, unable to sit still. “There’s no DNA … Continue reading

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Finally Free (Flash Fiction)

Lilly ran out the backdoor and over to the nearest house, which was her grandmother’s. Pounding on the door, she screamed, “Call 911.” While the police searched her house, Lilly sat sobbing in her grandma’s kitchen, reeling from the fact … Continue reading

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Tips On Writing Realistic Death Scenes.

Are your death scenes over the top? Are they pulling the reader out of the reality you’ve created? A realistic death scene will convey emotion and carry the reader further into your story if written correctly. How do you write … Continue reading

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How To Write A Heartbreaking Character Death

It has been said that the more we put into creating a character the more we must put into killing them. Only makes sense right? When you kill off a character you want your readers to feel the full impact … Continue reading

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